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Subject: Let the world go by...
Nice sound on this..shout out to Kevin Tobin!! My brother and I know him from CDEAD days..Keep em coming!! GIVE IT A WHIRL!!
FOREVER GRATEFUL>FOREVER DEAD
Subject: Excellent show for Brent heads
No doubt that Brent is way up in the mix - I heard more from him, start to finish, than I did from Bob. And Brent sounds great - the more I listen to these early years, the more I appreciate what solid vocal and keyboard skills he brought. Too soon gone. Tune performances are powerful if pretty straightforward. Beautiful, forceful To Lay Me Down, which sometimes sounds tentative, I think because it was played so infrequently that it was almost a break out each time. Jerry struggles with T Jed lyrics a bit - he proposes to drink all night, creating doubt about when to rock and also accuses Charlie Fog of kicking his eye, raising questions about the fate of his dog. Never look back - Jerry just rips ahead. A fine show, start to finish with excellent sound quality, again with a heavy Brent presence.
Subject: Great fall 80
one of the best 1980 sbds in circulation, excellent work with the editing...nov-dec 1980 often is forgotten about as it occurs after the more noteworthy Warfield and Radio City runs... but some stellar shows do exist from this period...band breaks out electric deep elem and the boys smoke deal in the first set...look to second set for an exceptions
Lay me down and one of the best early 80s terrapins you'll hear...
Dylan M -
Subject: Grate show, thanks!
Thanks to all involved with putting those one out there. Somehow skipped over it but really a great remastering. The AUD patches explicitly explained below only add to the recording, as they are between songs. Recording to begin with is top notch for 1980, which generally had some mixing issues when listening back on the SBDs.
Highlights include a powerful LL Rain and raging Deal set closer. Pre drums second set is also pretty varied and quality 1980 sound.
Post drums is pretty type-A setlist wise, but good for sing along factor.
All in all a solid runner up for the Fox Atlanta 80' show and the Long Beach show to come that December.
Subject: Where in the world
Can I get a copy of this show?? Holy cow!
Subject: : Very Good show
Just listened to this this Sunday. Great playing from the band and sound quality is better then most boards. The performence stands up from end to end. Wish I could rip It. You just can't have it all